Google Drive for Work gets Sharing Control for Admins with Better Security

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    Google Drive for Word gets better Sharing Control for Administrators with Better Security and Reports. Drive Settings allow admins to configure and set different settings for each files. Sharing files outside the organizational domain gets more settings and flexible than before. You can create custom Google Drive alerts and track more events with Drive Audit feature.

    Setup Custom alerts for Files and Users to monitor when changes are performed to a file. You will get notification alerts via email whenever there is a change or file deletion.

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    Google Drive for Work Security Settings has got noticeable changes, and now users can reset their own passwords just like Gmail account and this settings can be turned off and on by admin from the dashboard section. You can now disable downloading files from google drive, printing and copying any file as well. Google Drive for work gets Information Rights Management (IRM) that allows users and administrators to have better privacy and control over the files.

    Sharing is the core feature of Google Drive and now you can share files quickly with anyone outside the organization drive account. You can set permissions to the file and share it with any user outside google mail network as well.

    via Google Drive Blog

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